Evening report

* Orange County Register changes ad policy after Anaheim politicians complain. (voiceofoc.org)
bobw* “You’re going to regret doing this,” a senior White House official tells Bob Woodward. (businessinsider.com) | Woodward at war. (politico.com)
* “I’ve been feeling grimmer and grimmer about local reporting,” says NYT’s Gail Collins. (nytimes.com)
* Santa Barbara news anchor Paula Lopez is missing. (losangeles.cbslocal.com) | (keyt.com)
* Matt Drudge adds to his real estate holdings. He paid $700,000 in cash for his Redland, Fla., neighbor’s property. (gossipextra.com)
* A Vietnamese journalist working for a state-run newspaper has been fired for criticizing a Communist Party leader in a blog post. (voanews.com)
* Review-Journal’s “Top Workplaces” insert should have been labeled “promotional section,” says Thomas Mitchell. (4thst8.wordpress.com)
* U-T San Diego tells readers how innovative it’s become under “Papa” Doug Manchester. (utsandiego.com)
* Rocky Mountain News closed four years ago today. (westword.com)
* Be careful what you ask Chelsea Clinton during your 10-minute — and not a second longer! — phone chat. (mediabistro.com)
* Brian Steinberg quits Ad Age for Variety senior TV editor post. (mediabistro.com)
* The “Beat the Darts” stock-picking game is back. (marketwatch.com)
* How the AP is going to cover the pope’s retirement. (ap.org)
* Apple has some “great stuff” coming, says CEO Tim Cook. (allthingsd.com)
* Halifax Media Group announces a realignment of its newspapers. (jdnews.com)